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  1. Art Garfunkel in TLV, sans SimonRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Times of Israel

    Tickets go on sale Thursday morning at 9 a.m., and will range in price from NIS 299 to NIS 1,100. The golden-toned vocalist has had some voice issues in recent years, and had to cancel a short reunion tour with his former partner, Paul Simon, in 2010 and several other performance dates.


  2. Art Garfunkel to perform at Bloomfield StadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    Alongside Paul Simon, the 73-year-old Garfunkel made musical history with "Sounds of Silence," "Bridge Over Troubled Waters," and "The Boxer" and dozens of other songs. Art Garfunkel, one half of the legendary duo Simon and Garfunkel, will return to Israel on June 10 for a solo show at Bloomfield Stadium.


  3. Watership Down (1978) (Blu-ray) Criterion CollectionRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | DVD Verdict

    ... as well. Orchestral movements and repeating motifs were created, as well as a haunting song performed by Art Garfunkel called "Bright Eyes." It was also the very first animated film to be presented in Dolby surround sound, so that all of these ...


  4. Carrie & Lowell - Sufjan StevensRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Watersblogged

    We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. To preview and buy music from Carrie & Lowell by Sufjan Stevens, download iTunes now.


  5. Young Reporter - A Community that sings together, stays togetherRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | News Shopper

    Everyone enjoys singing at one stage or another, regardless of whether you believe you can sing or not. It just depends on where you decide to sing, in the privacy of your house or in a big choir.


  6. President Barron Reviews University Budget At Student ForumRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Onward State

    President Eric Barron, in a continued effort to encourage open dialogue between himself and students, hosted a forum Monday afternoon to discuss the University's budget allocations and its impact on students. Barron opened his presentation with an overview of Penn State's total operating budget of $4.6 billion, and explained where that money comes from and how it's divided.


  7. Review: The Wrecking CrewRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Best of New Orleans

    The unsung heroes of rock 'n' roll can get their due if documentary filmmakers have anything to say about it. Recent films have shed light on background singers and brilliant, influential bands that didn't find recognition in their own time .


  8. Coop Goes to College Part 3 - Summer 1973 Night & DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Kos

    As a counterpoint to all the gritty R&B music I had been enthralled by the past months at Western Michigan University, Paul Simon, recently separated from his partner Art Garfunkel, was all over the radio in May with his hit song "Kodachrome" .


  9. "Sidelines FM" airs weekly on WMTS 88.3 Murfreesboro.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Sidelines

    I'm MTSU Sidelines' Lifestyles Editor and host of "Sidelines FM" on 88.3 WMTS. I mainly write about music and entertainment, but I write a news story or take photos/video from time to time.


  10. Legendary Sao Paulo 'Keeper Rogerio Ceni Scores His 126th...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Who Ate All The Pies

    He may be 42 and have the hairline of a young Art Garfunkel, but Rogerio Ceni just keeps on banging in the goals. That said, Ceni took a fair bit of flak midweek after conceding a goal from 50 yards against Palmeiras after just two minutes when he botched a clearance which dropped straight to Robinho, who promptly dropped it straight back over the veteran stopper's head.


  11. 11 fantastic things to do in Leeds this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    From owl walks to football matches, from ballroom dancing to speed dating, our man on the ground Alex Miller has taken a look at eleven great things to do this Easter week. A week since Brendan Cole brought the Grand Theatre to a standing ovation, his sometime Strictly colleagues Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacane arrive this week to provide a sprinkling of ballroom magic across the Town Hall.


  12. The (Squeaky) Sound And The Fury: Meet The Team Handball ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Onward State

    If the walls of south gym in Rec Hall could talk, they might only know the language of shoes squeaking against the court floor. Usually host to volleyball or basketball, the gym was filled by the Penn State Team Handball Club's tournament this past week.


  13. Found At The Lion SurplusRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Onward State

    This past week, I had the pleasure of visiting Penn State's finest consignment store: Lion Surplus. The store, located to left of the Blue Band building, is one of Penn State's most under-appreciated on-campus resources.


  14. Sufjan Stevens' 'Carrie & Lowell' richens the genre of folk groovesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Michigan Daily Online

    As I sit in the Starbucks on State Street, light rain grazing the windows and plaguing the faces of incoming customers, I figure it's a good time to listen to Sufjan Stevens. I'm sipping coffee; I feel existential and introspective.


  15. New exhibition documents impact Bob Dylan had on NashvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 29 | TwinCities

    In recent years, lots of attention has been paid to Nashville's expansion beyond the country music community, as rockers like Jack White, the Black Keys and Kings of Leon have relocated here to take advantage of the history, atmosphere and infrastructure of Music City, USA. But this, of course, isn't the first time that artists outside the country tradition have been attracted to Nashville.


  16. Essential tracks: Sufjan Stevens' 'Carrie & Lowell' hits a personal chordRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | Los Angeles Times

    Sufjan Stevens, "Carrie & Lowell" . Over his decade-plus as a working musician, Stevens has tackled a range of impressively big-ticket projects, including a series of album-length odes to states in the Union, a giddy, joyous dance-rock record called "The Age of Adz" and multimedia art projects.


  17. Dylan, Cash star in Nashville exhibitRead the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | WWWM-FM Toledo

    When Bob Dylan came to Nashville during the 1960s to record Blonde on Blonde and three other albums, he helped create the city's reputation as a recording center for more than just country music. "People took a second look after the Dylan recordings, and they realized how good the players were," says Pete Finney, guest curator for Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City, a new exhibit at Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.


  18. (Love me like music) I'll be your songRead the original story

    Friday Mar 27 | Amherst Daily News

    In the distant future when I write my memoirs, music will take up a substantial part of my life. Now let's get some things straight- I don't play an instrument, I never interpret music lyrics correctly, I still to this day don't get Radiohead, I think you were born to love Bob Dylan or not and I think your music playlist is like your underwear drawer- there are things in there that no one needs to see.


  19. Colin McEnroe: A Bad Week Lands Hartford On The RocksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | The Hartford Courant

    Spokesman Josh Blanchfield, left, and attorney Peter Goselin discuss the city lawsuit against the 11 people who live at 68 Scarborough Hartford. Spokesman Josh Blanchfield, left, and attorney Peter Goselin discuss the city lawsuit against the 11 people who live at 68 Scarborough Hartford.


  20. John Renbourn, British Folk Guitarist, Is Dead at 70Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Guitar Player

    British folk guitarist John Renbourn has died. His body was found at his home in Hawick, Scotland, on March 26. He was 70. Renbourn had failed to show up for a concert in Glasgow on March 25, prompting a search for him.